Classes and Registration
Who can attend CSTI classes? Are they free?
It depends on the training. Some trainings are designed for professionals
in specific roles. Other courses are open to anyone, free of charge.
The description for each training will specify who can take
each course. For some instructor-led trainings at CSTI, people in certain roles, such as High-Fidelity Wraparound positions that require certain trainings for credentialing, or working in certain agencies, such as those funded by the grant that funds CSTI, may receive priority when the training is full with a wait list.
What happens if I am waitlisted for a class?
If you are waitlisted, keep that date open — you may be contacted at the last minute to attend the class. If your schedule changes and you no longer have that date available, please drop the class so the next person on the waitlist will have an opportunity to attend. If an opening for the class occurs and you are the next in line on the waitlist, you will be contacted by CSTI staff.
What happens if I have to leave a class before it is finished?
Participants who do not attend the entire class are considered incomplete participants and their attendance will be marked as Partially Attended. We do not provide partial training hours for incomplete participants. In some cases, incomplete participants can receive credit for the class by making arrangements with CSTI staff to attend another class.
How will I know if I am registered for a class?
After you register for a class, you will receive an initial email confirming your enrollment status (registered or waitlisted). Once registered, you can also see your status from your learner dashboard by clicking “Dashboard.”
How can I show my supervisor or coach that I completed a class?
Participants who have successfully completed a class are marked as “complete” in their profile in the online system. They can also generate a certificate at any time for any course they have completed. You can print this page and provide it to your supervisor. Participants who are receiving coaching in High-Fidelity Wraparound are linked to their Supervisor and Coach within the learning management system. The designated coach will be able to see all of the classes for which you have registered and the status of each one, so that they can track the requirements for the Credentialing process.
Help with My Account
I used to have an account under a different email address... I think. What do I do?
If you know or believe you already have an account with us, do not
create a new one. Use the “Forgot Your Password” feature to recover your
If you previously had an account but do not have access to the email address under which the account was created (for example, you used your work email but have left that agency), please contact CSTI support at angele.fauchier @ cuanschutz.edu . Provide your full name, prior email address, and new email address. We will track down your old account and help you update your email address so that you can keep the same account including all of your course records.
I have two accounts. What do I do?
Contact CSTI support at angele.fauchier @ cuanschutz.edu . Provide your full name, both email addresses associated with your two accounts, and which account you wish to retain. We will help you merge the records.
How do I become a trainer?
If you are interested in becoming a trainer for CSTI, please contact Ashley Brock-Baca.
Common Technical Issues
What is my screen resolution, and how do I change it?
Are you taking an online training? Do you find that some of the material lies outside of your screen, and you keep having to scroll? You may have an unrecommended screen resolution. Click here to find out what your screen resolution is and how to change it.
What are Temporary Internet Files ("cache" and "cookies")?
Temporary Internet Files contain a record of the things you’ve read, heard, or downloaded from the web. They might be images, audio files, whole web pages, or cookies. Your browser stores these files to make loading pages faster. But when a new version of a web page or new information becomes available, the old cached version might still display. It’s time to clear your cache and cookies, and to restart your browser.